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HighTime band members Michael Coult, Ciarán Bolger, and Séamus Ó Flatharta

From the heart of Ireland

HighTime combines Irish music and an intriguing blend of modern folk influences to produce a rich sound and exciting experience to delight listeners. They also kick off the 2019-20 Celtic Series at the Lincoln City Cultural Center on September 15 at 7pm. This fresh new trio from the heart of Connemara, Ireland features an unusual …

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Molly's Revenge trio jumping during a WinterDance performance

Lincoln City goes Gaelic

The Oregon Coast is soon to get a monthly influx of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse. The Celtic Series at the Lincoln City Cultural Center begins in September with HighTime, an exciting young trio from Connemara, Ireland, and continues with one concert a month through May 2020. From …

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Oil painting by Sandra Roumagoux entitled “Rising Tide”

From spirit to science, “Source2” examines our responsibility to living water

On Friday, Aug. 9, the Lincoln City Cultural Center will be overflowing with water: sculpture, painting, stories, science, conservation and collaboration, all about water and its role in the health of our world. This event, which is free to the public, is a collaboration between the LCCC, artist Liisa Rahkonen and artist Sandra Roumagoux. The …

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Rep. David Gomberg addresses a crowd

$1.5 million in lottery bonds pledged to cultural plaza project

The Oregon State Budget, passed with just hours to spare when the Senate re-convened on June 29, included a game-changing investment for Lincoln City: A $1.5 million lottery bond allocation for the Lincoln City Cultural Plaza project. Rep. David Gomberg made the announcement before a crowd of supporters, media and donors at the Lincoln City …

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Lincoln City Cultural Center – Delake School Building Exterior

Game-changing announcement set for Tuesday at the Lincoln City Cultural Center

The LCCC Board of Directors and the Capital Campaign committee will be holding a press conference and announcement event on Tuesday, July 2, at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. The agenda includes a major announcement regarding the Cultural Plaza project and the development of the Delake School property. Doors to the auditorium will open at …

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